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has about the same rate of multiple victim shootings as the united states. it is not just the norway attack that you had in 2011 but before a new town, the country with the , the countrynewton with tehe two worst public school shootings in the world was germany. europe had had the three worst public schools shootings. germinate, it takes one year to get a bolt-action rifle. you have to go under two psychological screening tests. bill landes at the university of chicago -- the reason so much empirical work is being done here, it is easy to compare the 50 states. we have similar types of laws, we have data that is compatible across the state, you have different states that changed their laws at different times a you can have a lot of different tests. bill and i have looked at things like assault weapons bans because different states have different ones, background checks, waiting periods, there were 13 different kinds of laws were looking at and the only one we found that reduce multiple beckham public shootings was the le victim public shootings was the passage of the right to carry l
in the world. competitions in ireland, scotland, norway, japan, russia each year, the facilities here in the park are second to none. there is no complex in the world that can touch it. >> i'm here with bob, and he has kindly agreed to tell me everything i need to know about casting. i'm going to suit up and next, we're in the water. >> what any gentleman should do. golden gate angling has free lessons the second saturday of every month. we have equipment show up on the 9:30 on the second saturday of every month and we'll teach them to fly cast. >> ok. we are in the water. >> let me acquaint you with the fly rod. >> nice to meet you. >> this is the lower grip and the upper grip. this is a reel and a fly line. we are going to use the flex of this rod to fling away. exactly as you moved your hands. >> that's it? >> that's it. >> i'm a natural. >> push both arms forward and snap the lower hand into your tummy. push forward. >> i did gave it a try and had great time but i might need some more practice. i met someone else with real fly casting skills. her name is donna and she is an intern
, and norway are still among those unaccounted for. in norway, the prime minister has visited the families. >> it was a very emotional meeting with the relatives, and i expressed my heart felt sympathy with them on behalf of the norwegian people and also expressed we will do what we can to save lives, and we sustained contact with the government of algeria. >> bp is also bracing for grim news. >> we are doing all we can to locate them, working with the relevant british and algerian authorities and agencies. while not confirmed, tragically we have grave fears that we are likely to have suffered one or more fatalities. >> the militants had offered to release hostages in return for the freedom of islamist prisoners. it seems the gunmen may have had little intention of negotiating. they went for -- witnesses described them going from room to room hunting for nine muslims. >> we heard the japanese men at speaking in english and we heard the terrace say "god is great" and then we heard shooting. >> algeria is uncompromising military tactics have attracted international disquiet, but its close al
, the u.s., japan, and norway are among those still unaccounted for. this is a four stocks are still missing. >> tragically, we have a great fear is that we may have fatalities from this group. we're working very closely with the families, providing them with information, counselling, and other needs. >> they had offered to release hostages in return for the freedom of his longest prisoners, but it seems the government never intended to negotiate. -- they offered to release hostages in return a four islamist prisoners. >> we heard the japanese man shouting in english. we also heard the seven shooting. the next day we went back and we found their dead bodies. >> the decision to raided the complex alone and it angered some government. >> hostages have died. if we needed a justification of the action you have taken against terrorism, you have it. >> the u.s. defense secretary declined to criticize and instead issued a warning. >> we cannot except attacks against our citizens and our interests abroad. neither can we accept an al qaeda safe haven anywhere in the world. >> a warning to tho
programs. and there was also a large international contingent including one group from norway. >> people are having super bowl. talk is all over the country. they are really getting into the sport and more and more people are understanding the sport. >> reporter: you meet some of the biggest names in broadcasting here on this day and right now we have one of those names. you've probably seen him before, rafael hernandez. >> here is i am. [laughter] >> reporter: that's the kind of thing that you see at media day. again, the serious sports journalism kind of gets pushed aside on media day. it gets to the point where reporters start to interview each other which is probably never a good thing. we have five more days of this, story upon story, with little significance on the actual football game but then again, this is not just a football game. it's a huge cultural event. i was shocked at the international attention this is getting. we're getting crews from japan, norway, europe, south america. football has gone beyond the borders of the united states. it seems a lot of people are paying att
kidnapped an unconfirmed number of workers on wednesday. the governments of japan, france, and norway have said their citizens were among the captives. the militants demanded that france end its military campaign in neighboring mai. theyhreatened to leave the country and take the hostages with them so the security forces moved in. a number of hostages and militants were killed during the operation. >> translator: the algerian authorities informed me about the developments of the situation on a regular basis. i don't have enough information yet to evaluate it. >> japan's chief cabinet secretary says government officials have been in contact with managers at a japanese engineers firm. employees of jgc corporation work at the plant. they confirm the safety of three japanese nationals. there's conflicting information on 14 others. >>> fear fighting prompted an emergency meeting on thursday in mali. eu foreign ministers med and agreed to speed up preparations for a mission deployment in mali. the armed forces of france launched a military intervention. extremists are already in control of the n
and beast we have seen. >> a wild life photographer travelled to norway to get footage of a polar bear family. he got more than he bargained for. >> he came face to face with a 1,000-pound, eight foot all the mother bear. she spent 45 minutes trying to get inside his safety cage. he kept the camera rolling for all of us to see now. you can catch it tonight on the bbc. braver man than i. >> i would rather watch it on television. >> yeah, me, too. >>> football fans are gearing up for super bowl sunday. now less than a month away. the pros won't be the only ones hitting the gridiron. >> this year marx pup by bowl 9. these mans available for adoption are not playing by any particular rules. it certainly looks like they're having fun. and looking cute while they do it. >> and they may find homes because of it. >> even better. >> for some of you, your local news is next. >>> for everyone else, the super bowl for the college crowd. this is $100,000. we asked total strangers to watch it for us. thank you so much. i appreciate it. i'll be right back. they didn't take a dime. how much in fees do
and other scholar's work and 20% of teens have ever experienced cyber bullying and a scholar from norway published lower numbers but why be such a stickler about accurate data? because the norms for research say getting the facts out takes the tacit acceptance or fatalism out of the picture. perception changes behavior so when we connect surveys in school and own their own data and a psychology professor at university of nebraska and the vast majority of students moment engage in bullying behavior and when students find that out bullying behavior goes down further and it's a powerful resource you can use. now i'm going to introduce this amazing panel. first we have just to my right mia from sealtion. she is going to explain more about this term that was used a lot today and social literacy or social emotional learning. alice con is from cartoon network. dave steer to her right is from facebook and next to him is officer holly lawrence, sunny valley of public safety, digital safety program and she's going to talk about which is a powerful thing going national. and next -- is brian h
to guns. how do you do that? in norway, a country with the most stringent gun laws, a guy was able to slaughter a huge number of people in norway. we need to look at it in the entirety. >> senator john mccain does not believe taking guns away from people will reduce gun violence but he thinks public safety would improve by figuring out a way to keep guns out of the hands of deranged individuals something that the democratic senator murphy agrees with but murphy wants to go further with a strict assault weapons ban. he described that legislation this morning. >> it is a tighter ban than the previous ban. it will address high capacity bans. as soon as we passed that ban in 1990's the gun manufacturers found another way around it and other states have stricter bans and that is what the congress needs to do. >> in two days, the task force led by vice president biden is going to give president obama their list of legislative recommendations they think could reduce gun violence. the vice president indicated the president could use an executive order to implement some safety measures but
: this study, the largest to date, looked at more than 117,000 pregnancies in norway, which has free health care and keeps excellent medical records. the study found that women who contracted the flu while pregnant had almost twice the chance of a miscarriage. but even as they got the flu, after getting vaccinated, the chance of miscarriage still went down. and most important, it showed the flu shot itself did not increase the chance of miscarriage or put the baby at risk. for the babies whose moms got the vaccine, there is no indication of any bad health effects. no increase in prematurity, no decrease in birth weights. and no changes in the score the doctors use to assess the health of newborns. >> is the baby moving well? >> reporter: for years, doctors have known that pregnant women have five times the risk of nonpregnant women for flu complications. that's because pregnancy weakens the immune system. >> there was never much doubt that the influenza vaccine is indicated for pregnant women. >> reporter: and this latest study shows how beneficial and safe it is for their babies, too. [ cr
have been killed after citizens from norway, the u.k., united states, and japan were taken. the group that carried out the attack claims it is a revenge for french intervention in neighboring mali. >> this is the oil installation -- it looks and feels like a full-blown hostage crisis. on the algeria libyan border, it was breached by a group of 20 gunmen who attacked a convoy of ford workers on rich to the airport. the algerian government has said it would not negotiate with them. >> according to the information, there are 20 terrorists in the base. we believe they take their orders -- i do not believe they came from mali or libya. this is a revenge attack aimed at foreign countries participating in the operation in mali. >> look no further than the attack on rebels in mali. algeria had given permission for such warplanes to fly over its airspace. the leader of the group that attacked the installation made it clear that this was revenge. >> this is a crisis affecting nationals not just from france, but several other countries. >> the best information we have at this time is that u.s. c
an unconfirmed number of people and were in a standoff with the algerian army. the governments of norway, france and japan say the citizens are among the captives. reuters news agency is reporting 25 foreign nationals escaped. it says two japanese citizens among them. algerian tv station says 40 algerians are also free. a news agency has also been reporting the militants said algerian army helicopters launched attacks. the militants had been threatening to kill the hostages if the army intensified its assault. they demanded france end the military campaign in neighboring mali. the french government has yet to issue an official response. the algerian government says it will not negotiate with the hostage takers. the british firm bp and other foreign companies operate the natural gas facility. >>> investigators looking into the emergency landing of a 787 dreamliner in japan have found evidence smoke did appear inside the aircraft. officials weren't immediately able to confirm that on wednesday after the boeing plane landed. the incident prompted japanese, american and european aviation authorities
are workers from norway, france, and britain. >> events at the remote gas plant unfolded rapidly with conflicting reports about the number of hostages who escaped before the algerian military launched an air strike. the regional news agency said the operation resulted in many >> the situation there is confusing. i am in constant contact with algerian officials to find the best way out of this. i will not say precisely how many french people could be in captivity. what counts is allowing the algerians to free them. >> in an interview, and employees spoke about how the drama began on wednesday. he said, "they attacked the sites simultaneously come storming in, and once it was daylight, they gathered us all." the commando is led by an algerian extremists, seen here in an older video message. he wants to end the french intervention in malki which has whichmal -- mali which has you in backing. the extremist group al qaeda in the islamic margaret, which says it carried out the attack, is viewed as extremely dangerous. >> they are a threat. they are a threat to our country. they are a t
celebrate yet another crown. this year, they won back-to-back titles. it was a thrilling finale. norway's skier shot to the front with the second jump of 139 meters. that put pressure on the austrian, but he held his nerve. he took superior style points. germany ran into trouble after the start. the 17-year-old had the longest first jump, but he later took a fall and fell far behind. germany started off in fourth place, but missed the gate in the first stage, forcing him to withdraw. for austria, it was a day of triumph, confirming its status as world leader in ski jumping. >> the ski tournament include seven races over nine days. the final took place in italy. it is the most challenging of the races. the cross-country course runs nine kilometers, mostly uphill. >> that were saved the toughest for last. after seven grueling days, the skiers had to contend with inclines of almost 30% in the 9 -- kilometer freestyle -- in the nine-kilometer freestyle. the russian held on until the finish line. second place went to switzerland. the russian was in third. the women's race -- poland proved un
unaccounted for. among them, staff from britain, japan, and norway. there are three main priorities now running parallel to each other. foreign governments will want to work out for themselves what happened. the task will involve the briefing survivors, collating intelligence, and visiting the site itself. the third priority is to devise a new strategy, political and diplomatic strategy to tackle the threat in the future. >> this is a global threat and it will require a global response. a response that is about years or decades rather than months and requires a response that is patient and painstaking and intelligent and above all has an absolutely iron resolve. >> the end of the hostage crisis is just the beginning of a far bigger scenario. >> french air forces in mali have launched attacks on the rebel stronghold. the french military intervention is now into the ninth day. >> the french air force commands the skies over bali. to the north of here, vast expanses of desert terrain where the french are trying to drive out fighters but -- fighters affiliated with al qaeda. the french have
of his heart. he never did look for people to praise him. i remember when we went to oslo, norway when he received the nobel peace prize, how humble he was. he wasn't real chesty. he was very humble. i think that's the way he would feel if he were with us today. never looking for praise for himself. >> anybody have another question? one right here. >> was martin luther king like to see children? >> oh, yes, he loved children. he had four children. he loved them. we have even pictures of him playing with them. yes, he loved children a lot. >> what kind of toys did martin luther king play with? >> all right. there are some toys here in the book that he loved to play with. and see the toys -- when we came along, i don't think they have many of those toys now. but we had tinker toys, chinese checkers, monopoly, things like that. mm-hmm. >> what was it like having martin luther king for a brother? >> ok. do you have a brother or sister? you have a brother. what's it like having a brother? >> good. >> well, it was good. it was good, too. and we were so close together that we did many things tog
press are finland, the netherlands, and norway. germany is in 17th place. the united states ranked just 32nd. press freedom is especially in danger in countries like mexico and eritrea, which ranks last. turning our focus to mexico where press freedom groups are demanding more protection for journalists in the central american nation. >> our next report shows the gruesome reality for reporters there since the start of the government's war on drugs in 2006. since then, 67 journalists have been killed, and 14 more have disappeared. >> in july of last year, police recovered the mutilated bodies of three photojournalist from a river in the mexican port city of veracruz. they had taken victims of victims of the drug war currently waging in mexico. the photos sealed their fate. the body of reporter regina martinez was also found in the same state. she was looking into connections between drug cartels and the political world. she was tortured and choked to death. mexican ngo's said 91 journalists have been killed in 12 years. it is impossible to guess how many more reporters have been intimida
such as netherlands and norway. myanmar rose 18 places to 151st. it abolished censorship in 2012. china remained unchanged. north korea remained second last at 178th. atrea remains last. >>> judo federationoi apologize for their actions. there was a written complaint about coaches slapping them in face and used forms of other abuse at a training camp before last year's london olympics. the all japan judo federation senior director admitted the allegations a allegations and apologized. he saeded the federation reprimanded the head coach. the fed regulate said he was involved in a total of five violent incidents from august of 2010 to february 2012. it says he admitted to hitting athletes to failed to follow his instructions and jabbing them with a stick. he reportedly said he did so because of an overwhelming desire to see them win. the federation plans to have him stay on as head coach saying he has expressed deep regret for his action. body also plans to set up a counselling service to improve communication between athletes and coaches. meanwhile the japan olympic committee or joc has said it r
. we have quite a silver market. we of queen elizabeth ii, 86, the king of norway, 75, the king of spain, 75, queen of denmark, 73 and the tricks herself is coming up to 75. >> on thursday. >> her birthday. >> generally when you look of the world -- thailand and countries all over, monarchs tend to die on the front before the handover. >> all over the world. as we are an aging population we are also an aging market. it reflects the pattern of the population. much of the monarch's across all the throws. >> do you often heard being an heir of the front is not do it is a predicament. >> the weights are getting longer. -- waits a getting longer. >> we are glad people are living longer. does the dutch royal family need a shop in the arm? prince wilhelm alexander, 45, relatively glamorous, young wife. >> he will be the first man on the dutch throne since '89. he has three daughters, so you will be essentially a brief male interlude. it is going to be a change because the dutch are used to a female monarchy. but things have been changing in holland because in 2010 the queen of holland
18 to 60 people. from the u.s., japan, norway, and britain. >> this is a large and complex site and they are still pursuing terrorists and possibly some of the hostages in other areas of the site. >> reporter: an al-qaeda linked terrorist group called the masked bring gay stormed the -- brigade stormed the compound wednesday in retaliation for the air strikes in mali. there are reports the group wants to negotiate a swap. two americans for two terror suspects in u.s. custody. u.s. officials are working to determine the fate of the u.s. citizens involved. they estimate there are about seven or eight of them and u.s. defense secretary leon panetta has issued a warning. >> terrorists could be unnoticed. they will -- could be on notice. they will find no sanctuary. >> reporter: the obama administration says it's in contact with algerian authorities. but says it's been difficult to get accurate information. tara mergener for cbs news, the state department. >> the hostages homelands are angry with algeria for having launched the rescue raid without advance consultation. >>> well, an a
of the hostages, apar and you have britain, norway, japan, america, algeria, all these countries trying to negotiate a response. the algerian is likely will be in the lead, because they are the ones on the ground. it is a fluid situation. things have been going on even today. >> let's. who could be behind us. the algerian say that mokhtar belmokhtar is behind this. >> he's a veteran jihadist. he's been on the scene a couple decades. he trained in afghanistan. he's been very active in algeria. he split from al qaeda and the islamic maghrib last year and formed his own offshoots. this could be part of him trying to build his reputation, potentially for fund-raising. there have been statements linking this to the intervention in mali but also statement calling for the release of prisoners held in algeria, also the possibility of economic kidnapping. but this is on a different scale from the kind of kidnap-for- ransom that has been seen in north africa in recent years where one or two tourists have been taken. is is far more ambitious. >> the french are saying what has happened in algeria i
member who remains missing. >>> norway's foreign minister said the militants may have got help from inside. espen barth eide said the terrorists probably found weapons waiting for them when they entered the complex. eide made the comments in an interview with a norwegian newspaper. he said the government received a report saying workers at the complex had laid the groundwork for the attack. the report said they planted guns and equipment at the site. the newspaper quoted an algerian official who says the attackers crossed the border from libya. he said they drove what looked like government vehicles. the official said because of that border guards may have allowed them to pass without inspection. >>> some investors are getting excited about japan again with the stock market rising for japanese exporters the drop in the value of the yen is just what they've been asking for. but not everyone feels good about all this. ron madison is here to explain. ron? >> government officials have been saying this is really all about getting the economy back on track, in particular battling years of
wonderland called norway. this is near oslo and a guy bip the nme of eric olti o copterca over the beautiful frost y fiels getting some beautiful shultz. doesn't take him long to find something really, really neat. >> looks like a creature. >> it is. it's a moose on the loose in the woods. >> so he gingerly tiptoes through the forest and gets closer to this moose. he's like stalking the moose with the helicopter from afar, and you can tell the moose knows something's up. >> the moose is just as curious as these copter pilots. >> oh! [ laughter ] >> do you see this? >> instead of returning away, the moose turns around and starts walking right up to the camera. looks up in the air to see what this alien craft is hovering over his little pasture here. >> i love this. i love it. >> that is cool, man. he was able to get that thing -- right on top of that, really. >> it did them a favor by coming out from behind that bush and saying, hey, what's going on? hey? >> at the end of the video you can see the helicopter coming back to where the guys are flying. >>> it's the latest, greatest from one of o
, and that the links between people of african-american descent in the norway state -- northern states and slaves in the southern states are important circuits of communication activity they we should pay more attention too. >> host: what are the primary documents you used to research your book? >> guest: i was using a lot of different things. i was using narrative that were written by a slave who so-call ran away to freedom, and one thing that struck me is that although we tend to think about the mason dixon line or the ohio river as the great divide and once you got to the other side you were so-called free, and i tended to focus on the first half of the narrative, the experience of enslavement in the south. when you got to the other side, a very powerful theme was the gray areas of freedom and how precarious life was in the so-called free states and how many runaways felt the need to either go to canada or to go to britain, because there was no way of really achieving freedom because of the fugitive slave laws, and so these are really important. looking at the emancipation statutes that were p
is perfect. look at norway. you remember the massacre in norway that don't even allow guns. so you never can say everything is perfect. but you sure can take action, try to deter any operation. don't surrender. don't just talk about it, that every politician seems to be doing. get something done, so that's what i'm doing. >> what about this quaint idea, what about taking guns off the streets rather than flooding the streets with more guns? >> well, i don't know. we have a second amendment, as you know, you have been through this, many conversations about this. you have a first amendment, there's a second amendment. but guns do not kill people. we just had two murders, my office investigated, by knives. should we take all the knives away? where do you draw the line? >> here's my point, sheriff. here's my point, which i tried to make to alex jones, but he was ranting too loudly to really focus on what i was saying. >> don't take it out on me. >> no, no, i won't. in britain, we had a very similar massacre in 1996. as a result, as i'm sure you know, a national handgun ban was brought in and it a
that botanists say one of the maple leafs on the note is a norway maple, which is not native to canada. bank of canada insists the bill does not show a norway maple leaf but a stylized design. university of ottawa professor chronicled a series of officialbe botany errors including on the penny. logos for the former canadian television fund and the 2007 fifa under 20 world cup of soccer. it appears there will be no change at the top of the government. in israel, prime minister benjamin netanyahu is claiming victory tonight after nationwide voting. correspondent leland vittert is standing by at the laquid party headquarters in tel aviv. hello. >> good morning from tel aviv. you combine the exit polls and real results that are starting to come in. netanyahu in the usual right wing coalition partners hit about 63 knesset seats. more necessary to form a government. but less than they would have liked and fewer than predic predicted. the coming weeks as they try to put together a coalition, he will have tough choices to make. with the smile of a man third term seemed assured they cast the ballots
union, switzerland, norway, liechtenstein, and iceland. to eu countries, britain and ireland, have retained their border controls. some members like britain and france are ready, willing and able to take action in libya or malley. others are accountable with the use of military force. let's welcome the diversity instead of trying to snuff it out. let's stop all this talk of two speed europe, a fast lanes and slow lanes, of countries missing trains and buses, and consigned the whole weary caravan of metaphors to a permanent citing. instead, let's start from this proposition. we are a family of democratic nations, all members of one european union, whose essential foundation is the single market rather than the single currency. those of us outside the euro recognize that those in it are likely to be to make some big institutional changes. and by the same token, the members of the eurozone should accept that we, and, indeed, all member states, will have changes that we need to safeguard out inches and strengthen our democratic legitimacy. and we should be able to make those changes, t
that's a co-joint effort between british petroleum, stat oil of norway a norway. back to you guys. >> prime minister david cameron from the uk also said expect bad news. >> and hillary clinton warned as well saying we hope to get out of this situation with as little loss of life as possible. >> thanks, michelle. see you later. heading towards the close. 15 minutes left in the trading session with the dow. up 106 points. >> s&p 500 on pace to close at another five-year high. the dow could also land at a five-year high as well. our next guest says this rally is just getting started. that bullish call coming in next. >> and the government grounding the dreamliner until the battery problem is fixed. more coming up. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] don't just reject convention. drown it out. introducing the all-new 2013 lexus ls f sport. an entirely new pursuit. [ male announcer ] you are a business pro. executor of efficiency. you can spot an amateur from a mile away... while going shoeless and metal-free in seconds. and you...rent from national. because only national lets you choose an
crazy people, deranged individuals are having access to guns. now exactly how do you do that. in norway, a country with the most stringent gun laws a guy was able to slaughter a huge number of people there in norway. so i think we need to look at it in its entirety. i think all of us should have this conversation. i applaud the conversation. we need to have it stopped much just by believing taking guns away from people is the answer. i hi history shows that's not the right way to do it. >> schieffer: john mccain. we'll get another side from west vert democrat joe manchin. senator thank you for being here. i want to go back to the talk to what john mccain was talking about. he doesn't seem too enthusiastic about reducing the size of our troop forces in afghanistan. how do you come down. >> i have the most are spec for senator mccain, john mccain and a true war hero that the senate looks up to. with that we respectfully have a difference of opinion on this. in west virginia we basically are a hockey state and we felt that when our country was attacked on 9/11 we had every right and respo
is accused of plotting to target britain and norway. the terror suspect was denied bail and faces another court hearing on march the 7th. listen to this one. the state of illinois is now moving closer to granting temporary driver's licenses to illegal immigrants. a house committee advancing the bill in that state. it would give about 250,000 illegal immigrants three-year renewable licenses. the plan creates safety problems. ainsley? >> thank you, heather. each new year brings its own set of trends. that includes in the financial world as well. what will be in and what will be out. let's have vera gibbons. >> what's in and what's out when it comes to money? >> plastic are in. people are charging up a storm. late payments are up delinquencies are up balance is up. this is expect to do continue. look at the forecasting from transunion credit reporting agency. credit is being extended to people who don't have that great of credit. they are getting the cards extending those offers with riskyer borrowers. what's out is cash. people don't have cash. they are relying on plastic for everything fro
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